EV Charging Network ChargeLab Bets Future on Open Standards and Interoperability

Electric vehicle charging network provider ChargeLab announced this week that eligible multi-family communities and office buildings in Canada can receive EV charger installations for $0 in upfront costs. Canada’s new Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program (ZEVIP) program (funded by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)) offers 50% of the total project cost, …

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What Happens When Cities Ignore Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicles need places to charge, including on-street parking when garages are not available. In the absence of solutions, drivers who are dedicated to e-mobility are taking things into their own hands. The Mitsubishi Outlander pictured below is a plug-in hybrid, meaning plugging in is optional; but to forgo plugging …

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